The people of Drogheda are being asked to welcome some of the many thousands of visitors expected to attend Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann during the summer into their homes.
The Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann organising committee is calling on the people of Drogheda to consider renting out a spare room, or their entire home, to some of the visitors who will attend the festival in August.
400,000+ visitors from Ireland and around the world will participate in the Fleadh experience, many of whom have already expressed an interest in staying with local families in order to enjoy a traditional unique experience.
The Chairperson of the Drogheda Fleadh 2018 organising committee, Lolo Robinson said“I expect the people of Drogheda to respond positively in their thousands to this long standing tradition of renting out rooms during the Fleadh. The people of county Louth are no strangers to opening up their homes to visitors and giving them a Céad Mile Fáilte to remember.”
She added that renting out a room would give the visitors a first-hand experience of what a real Irish welcome is and will also allow those participating in the scheme to earn some money.
Applying online is just a click away. People can register their interest in taking part by
visiting www.droghedacomhaltas.com/accommodation or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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